Here is a list of apps that might be useful to a child who is grieving. These are not recommendations, purely suggestions. We hope you find this list useful. FOLLOW US http://www.socialembers.com Continue reading The best bereavement apps for children.
Are you getting married in 2020? You may have organised the wedding venue, the outfits, the flowers, but probably not arranged to have a will written or re-written. This is probably not something that is a priority, but it is a … Continue reading Getting Married?
Our A-Z of death words series of blog posts has been very popular on Linkedin so we thought we would feature them here on our blog too! A is for Ashes and Autopsy. Human ashes can now be transformed into … Continue reading A – death words
When I give a presentation about digital legacy, I like to explain the importance of including digital assets in end of life planning, by putting the assets into different categories. This helps me to define which assets are potentially linked … Continue reading Protecting Digital Assets and Digital Legacy Planning
I read this blog post this morning and it reminded me that it is easy to forget how Christmas can often be a very difficult time for people. The pressure to be festive happy at Christmas time is huge, but if the anniversary of a loved one’s death coincides with this time of year, then it may be difficult for a bereaved person to feel cheerful. Laura Kennedy has reminded me that when we make those throw away comments about spending time with family at Christmas, it would be best to pause and think before we speak. People around you … Continue reading Christmas Grief